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The 'game has changed' and GE CEO Jeff Immelt is adapting the company to meet those changes, said Jack Welch, former GE CEO and co-author of 'The Real-Life MBA’.
Low default rates and a slow-moving Federal Reserve will keep high-yield bonds aloft, says Jim Caron, Managing Director in Morgan Stanley Investment Management's Fixed Income team.
Investors should consider high yield and emerging markets bonds because they will ‘outcarry’ the pace of the coming Fed rate hike.
Investors should be selective with their bond and emerging market allocations as the Federal Reserve moves toward higher rates.
Ignorance is far from bliss when it comes to saving for retirement. In fact, it can be downright painful, says Mitch Tuchman, managing director at financial advisor Rebalance IRA.
The pollution in China has reached crisis levels and the government is reacting with policies that are opening up investing opportunities.
Most Americans know they need to save for retirement, but it’s what they don’t know that could make a huge difference in their nest eggs.
The 3G and Warren Buffett-backed merger between Kraft Foods and Heinz will grow revenue, not merely cut costs.
The Rubicon Project has gained Wall Street's confidence since going public last year through experience and outperformance, said the company's CEO Frank Addante.
Epic Systems decision to create an open source third-party platform for diversified healthcare applications is the biggest development in the healthcare industry in years.